Video for Avicii’s “You Make Me” Debuts, Adam Lambert Collaboration Leaks
What a past couple of weeks it has been for Avicii. First, his collaboration with Adam Lambert and Nile Rodgers leaked last week. The disco-influenced track, however, has been getting a lot of praise so far.
But to follow up his worldwide hit of “Wake Me Up,” the video for “You Make Me” came out on Monday. While the videos fit more with the ‘70s vibe of “Lay Me Down,” it nonetheless paints a cartoonish picture of love at a roller rink.
And, a day after the video for its second single dropped, True hit stores in the United States. Avicii’s first full-length album strays away from the progressive house of popular singles like “Levels” and instead experiments with some country, blues, and disco through a lengthy list of collaborations.
In speaking about the release in a previous interview with Digital Spy, the producer born Tim Bergling said: "It's kind of all over the place. It's a fusion, but when you listen to the whole album it makes sense. It sounds like it's going to be weird, but the final product is what I got so excited about. Once I started making these tracks I realized that it works. It doesn't sound forced or that I'm trying to be pretentious - it's just made total sense."
See the video for “You Make Me” here: